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The Old Man and the Sea

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Leyi Liang

on 6 June 2013

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Influences the climate of the east coast of North America and the west coast of Europe Red Banana Black Bean Ernest Hemingway Presented by: Tianhao Chen
Leyi Liang Day One Day Two Sailing far away into the Gulf Stream using skiff The Old Man: Santiago 84 days without taking a fish in the Gulf Stream In the Sea... Havana Flying Fish Dolphins
23°N 82°W
Capital of Cuba
Largest city in Caribbean Seabird Sargasso weed Portuguese man-of-war Marlin (tuna) Sardine Bonito Albacore Atlantic ocean current that originates at the tip of Florida

40N 30°W Transportation used by the Old Man development of strong cyclones of all typesthe ocean. Skiff The Boy: Manolin Small sea-going boat
One-person accommodation
Powered by sails and oars
Flat-bottomed open boat designed for fisherman Ice Truck used to carry fish to the market in Havana Day Three Day Four Introduction Yellow Rice About Author Hatuey Beer He is on his way back to the shore
The fish begins circling
He sticks a harpoon in to a marlin
Bleeding marlin attracts sharks Coiled Lines Harpoons Gaffs Ernest
Hemingway 1899: born in
Oak Park, Illinois 1917: began writing career Food Talk at Terrace Cafe the boat The struggle emerges He hooked a marlin and it starts to pull He arrives the shore,
after fighting with sharks
Falls into a deep sleep in his shack "Nothing... I went out too far" SHARKS... Mako Sharks Galanos Tiburon Table of Contents Day Five
Ernest Hemingway

1951, Cuba

1st and 3rd person

- late 1940s
- a small fishing village near Havana, Cuba; the waters of the Gulf of Mexico "Everything about him was old except his eyes and they were the same color as the sea and were cheerful and undefeated." "...sun-burned, confident loving eyes." Cast Net 1921: settled Paris
1923: first book published
1930s: settled in Key West
and later in Cuba Fishing
Tools Hemingway and The Old Man and the Sea Awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1953
Won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954 " for his powerful, style-forming mastery of the art of narration. " 1961: died by suicide in Ketchum, Idaho Africa - Canary Islands Hatuey Beer Yankees
Indians of Cleveland
Tigers of Detroit
Reds of Cincinnati

White Sox of Chicago
Philadephia "Tomorrow will be a good day with this current."

"Eighty-five is a lucky number." The marlin leaps into the air - bigger than any he has ever witnessed 1899 1961 Introduction
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
About Author The Old Man and the Sea Sea turtles "...for the huge, stupid loggerheads, yellow in their armour-plating, strange in their love-making, and happily eating the..." "...the purple, formalized, iridescent, gelatinous bladder of a..." "...made so much
phosphorescence in the night." He again dreams of the lions on the beach in Africa “...are too big for him and they go too fast." "Dolphin...Big dolphin" The line has cut the old man's hand
Angered and frustrated Caught a dolphin and ate part of it "...built to swim as fast as the
fastest fish in the sea..." THE END Man-of-war bird The sight of old man's ravaged hands brings
the boy to tears
Insists that he will work with the old man again The Old Man and the Sea
(1999 film) Paint-on-glass-animated short film
Academy Award for Animated Short Film
Took place in Montreal over a period of
two and a half years
The first animated film to be released in IMAX. There had been a search for Santiago involving the coast guard and planes
Tourists observe the remain of the marlin and
mistake it for a shark He dreams of the lions for the third time “But man is not made for defeat," he said. "A man can be destroyed but not defeated. ” “Every day is a new day. It is better to be lucky. But I would rather be exact. Then when luck comes you are ready.”
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